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Donner to investigate legal aid for Saba, St. Eustatius

St. Maarten - Dutch Minister for Interior Affairs and Kingdom Relations Piet Hein Donner has agreed to help Saba and St. Eustatius get legal assistance to file an injunction against the implementation of GEBE’s new concession and to finalize the pr

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St. Maarten Pride files complaint about illegal land reclamation

St. Maarten - The St. Maarten Pride Foundation will file a complaint at the Public Prosecutor’s Office next week about the illegal land reclamation in the Great Salt Pond behind the old BBW cement factory on Sucker Garden Road and about the illegal

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Refused handshake gets hotel worker in trouble

St. Maarten - Neville Mars was touring the media yesterday to tell his story about how a jokingly refused handshake on New Year’s Eve may end his 19-year career as a night supervisor at the Sonesta Great Bay Beach Resort and Casino. “This is not

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St. Maarten governor wants excellence in governance

St. Maarten - Governor Eugene Holiday made excellence in governance the key theme of first New Year’s Address. The speech was delivered to guests at a reception in Café Maximo at Porto Cupecoy. The theme of this year’s speech is grounded in Hol

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St. Maarten Prime Minister moves to “end the madness” of long lines, waits

St. Maarten – Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams said she pressed both the Justice Ministry and the Labor Ministry to “end the madness” of long lines at both the Immigration and Naturalization Department and the Labor Department. Of late peop

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Pelican Resort managing director and member of parliament James sees no reason to choose between his two functions

St. Maarten – Jules James, a Member of Parliament (MP) for the United People’s (UP) Party and Managing Director of the new Ownership and Management Company for Pelican Resort, does not see a reason to choose between his two functions. He is repea

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Vote-selling investigation in limbo

St. Maarten – The investigation against two police officers and a member of the VKS who are suspected of having sold their vote in the run up to the September 17 elections is in limbo due to capacity problems and due to the fact that the landsreche